November 9th, 2019

Please note the date change due to the Veterans Day holiday

PUBLIC HEARINGS
None
NEW BUSINESS
Bhagwati Petroleum Inc. – Sunoco Station TM # 038.-02-35.1
3771 Milton Avenue
Amended Site Plan Application
Town Board Referrals
1. Proposed Amendment of Municipal Code Chapter 30-Zoning §803-Temporary
Signs (D)
2. Proposed Amendment to Chapter 30-Zoning §1503-Amendments to the Zoning
Map related to the property known as 105 Hunt Ave., TM # 042.-09-09.0 and the
proposed amendment to §1002-Required Buffer Strips
OLD BUSINESS
Malibu Hills Estates TM # 015.1-06-12.4
Malibu Hills Drive
Final Plat Application
MINUTES
10/16/2019
DISCUSSION
CORRESPONDENCE
COMMENTS OF TOWN OFFICIALS
COMMENTS OF THE ATTORNEY
COMMENTS OF THE ENGINEER
COMMENTS OF BOARD MEMBERS

Town Board Agenda Nov 12 7:00

November 9th, 2019

CALL TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

PUBLIC HEARING (S)

1. Consider amending Chapter 30-Zoning, §1503-Amendments to the Zoning Map, to change the zoning classification of 105 Hunt Ave, TM# 042.-09-09.0 from R-3 to C-3 and amend §1002- Required Buffer Strips, paragraph (B) by adding a new sentence in between the 1st and 2nd sentences which shall read: “This 25 foot buffer requirement shall be measured in a straight perpendicular line from the side or rear line of the adjoining residential lot”. (Per Councilor Joy Flood)

2. Consider amending Chapter 30-Zoning, §803-Temporary Signs, paragraph (D) to replace the current language with the following: “A construction site sign, not exceeding 20 square feet in area, announcing a site project, may state the name of the project, the architect, the contractor and/or the financing institution. Such sign may be erected upon obtaining the building permit and must be removed upon issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy”. (Per Councilor Mike LaFlair)

PUBLIC COMMENT

SUPERVISOR’S ANNOUNCEMENTS

COUNCILOR’S COMMENTS \ COMMITTEE REPORTS

ACCEPT THE MINUTES

OLD BUSINESS

None

NEW BUSINESS

1. Authorize the installation of six (6) 48w LED fixtures to be installed on poles 15, 17, 19, 21, 22½ , and 24 at a cost not to exceed $675.78 and charge to Town General. (Per Councilor Mike LaFlair)

2. Effective January 1, 2020 approve the agreement between the Town of Camillus and the Central New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in the amount of $4,350.06 and authorize Supervisor to sign.

3. Effective November 18, 2019 appoint Brandon J. Burnham of Fulton New York as a full time police officer for the Town of Camillus Police Department with an annual base salary of $49,974.00 and a 26 week probation period. (Per Personnel Committee)

4. Set the date, time, and place as December 10, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Camillus Municipal Building to hold a public hearing to consider extending the Rolling Meadows Sewer District.

5. Set the date, time and place as December 10, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Camillus Municipal Building to hold a public hearing to consider financing the Rolling Meadows Water District in the amount of $1,400,000.00.

6. Accept the bid from Coldwell Tanks, Inc. in the amount of $1,215,000.00 for the Rolling Meadows Water District.

7. Authorize Barton and Loguidice Engineers to perform the construction administration and construction observation for the Rolling Meadows Water District.

8. Approve the proposed lease with Onondaga County Water Authority for the operation of the Rolling Meadows Water Storage Tank and related facilities and authorize Supervisor to sign.

9. Set the date, time, and place as December 10, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Camillus Municipal Building to hold a public hearing to consider amending Chapter 34-Fences,§34.7-Exceptions, the purpose of which is to allow a 6 foot fence in the side yard of the property located at 101 Terrace Way, TM #: 032.-06-62.0. (Per Councilor Dave Callahan)

PUBLIC COMMENT

ADJOURNMENT

CATFISH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

October 30th, 2019

Camillus Area Transport Friends In Service Here (CatFISH) is a volunteer organization that provides transportation to town of Camillus senior citizens for medical and dental appointments. The service, which is free of charge, is offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Seniors must be ambulatory, unable to drive themselves or have no other means of transportation.

CatFISH is a program of the Town of Camillus and has many dedicated volunteers. Volunteers act as schedulers, dispatchers, drivers and board members. Due to the high demand for this service, additional drivers and dispatchers are needed. If you would like to become a CatFISH volunteer, please call the Camillus Senior Center at (315) 672-5820. CatFISH drivers set their own schedule – weekly, biweekly, monthly, only in summer months, etc.

Please consider volunteering and helping the seniors in our community.

TREE LIGHTING

October 26th, 2019

The Town of Camillus will light the tree located in front of the Camillus Municipal Building on Tuesday, December 3rd at 6:00 pm. The event is FREE to attend. Special guest appearance by Santa! Refreshments and music provided.

HEAP ASSISTANCE AND APPLICATION

October 26th, 2019

The Home Energy Assistance Program (known as HEAP) is a federally funded program that helps folks with their electric and gas bill. If you are at least 60 years old and meet income guidelines (roughly $2500 a month or less household of 1 or $3200 household of 2), stop by and talk to our Neighborhood Advisor at the Camillus Senior Center (in the Village of Camillus) at 27 First Street, Camillus, NY 13031 on Monday, December 9, 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Bring with you your National Grid bill (or other utility company), proof of income, rent or mortgage verification, and a photo ID. No appointment necessary. Contact the neighborhood advisor by calling (315) 435-5600 ext. 4965 or (315) 396-2473 for more information.

WALKING AT HIGH SCHOOL

October 26th, 2019

Looking for some winter exercise that avoids the snow and crowds at the mall. Beginning Dec. 3 through Mar 5, walking is available at West Genesee High School on Tues & Thurs from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.(not available on school holidays & special events). Walkers should have clean, dry sneakers and should enter the High School on the west side. Walking is available in the academic wing downstairs only.

Planning Board Agenda 10/28/19 7:00

October 26th, 2019

PUBLIC HEARINGS
None

NEW BUSINESS
Kim L. Ta TM # 032.-07-23.0
122 Northwood Way
Zoning Board Referral – Home Business

OLD BUSINESS
Christopher Community TM # 027.-02-03.0
West Genesee Turnpike
Extension of Site Plan Approval

MINUTES
09/23/2019

DISCUSSION
M & M Hill Subdivision/Anthony Komuda TM # 007.-05-06.1
2986 Warners Road

CORRESPONDENCE
COMMENTS OF TOWN OFFICIALS
COMMENTS OF THE ATTORNEY
COMMENTS OF THE ENGINEER
COMMENTS OF BOARD MEMBERS

Camillus Ski Hill

October 24th, 2019

With winter quickly approaching the Camillus Ski Association (CSA) wants to invite you and your family to the Camillus Ski Hill for lots of winter fun. Their facility has very reasonably priced Ski/Snowboard lesson packages, Skiing, Snowboarding, and Tubing. They are local, reasonably priced, and provide a lot of fun for those long winter months.

In order to keep their prices down the Camillus Ski Hill is run by volunteers. In order to continue this effort we need more people to volunteer. The duties include: selling tickets, selling food at our snack bar, running the ski lifts, and working in our Ski Shop. Any time that you can offer would help us continue to offer great winter activities at very reasonable rates. In addition, volunteers, and their families, get to ski or snowboard for free anytime, and tube for free when they are working. For more information about volunteering, call Andy at 315-569-5566.

Camillus Canal Society

October 13th, 2019

One of the great hidden gems in our community is the portion of the Erie Canal that runs through Camillus. We have the best group that is run primarily through volunteer efforts. For the Annual Towpath Day they had their highest attendance ever. The Camillus Canal Society does a great job and has activities throughout the year. If you are ever looking for something new to do or just want to enjoy a nice walk, give the canal a try.

Connecting the Camillus Erie Canal Trail – Reed Webster Park to Gere’s Lock

October 13th, 2019

Work is underway to connect the Erie Cnal Trail from Reed Webster Park and going over part of Honeywells land and exiting that portion near the entrance to the Town Landfill. The trail would then utilize the existing roadway (Thomas Ave.) and follow that to Gere Lock Road. The trail would then be new at the old Gere Lock itself where a parking area will be placed and markers set up to see the exposed lock. The trail would then go through Solvay and end up at Bridge Street where you can then walk over the bridge to the Loop the Lake Trail. Work is underway and expected to be completed in the fall. A map can be accessed by clicking here Erie Canal Trail Extension